After a lot of client feedback and tasting many of the different nuts from Pariani, the Pistachios have become our favorite. When we heard that our supplier had a Pistachio spread from Pariani made with those same Sicilian Pistachio's, we took everything they had. We sampled a jar when they arrived, and that brilliant high-toned Pistachio aroma exploded right when we opened a jar, and upon first taste, absolute bliss. We would call a nut butter in the States, but Pariani calls it a spread, and 50% of the ingredients are pure pistachios that are ground into an ultra-silky paste, along with a little cane sugar and Cervian salt. The pistachios' fresh flavor with a slightly sweet and salty dynamic is mouthwateringly sensational and so simple yet profound, which is why we love Pariani, letting the high-quality ingredients speak for themselves. This is a great way to enjoy these wonderful pistachios, which can be a delicious complement to breakfast foods, with bread or crostinis, in baked goods, on a fancy sandwich with one of our epic Jams, or straight out of the jar, it is that good. This has quickly become our favorite new Pariani product we have tried, and we had a few clients that were ecstatic when they learned we started carrying this. Downright delicious, and if any of the Pariani products have piqued your interest, we give the spread a huge recommendation. We have the only Jars in the USA so don't miss it!
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Pariani is one of the most technologically advanced food companies in Italy. Relatively new, Pariani is a family company founded in 2010 with the goal of "Research and Excellence," a Pariani Slogan. Pariani is known for its high-quality nuts and nut oils but also devoted to the nutritional aspect of food. The owner wrote his dissertation on Hazelnut oil and has since invented a top-secret machine said to make the best nut oils in the world, and if you are lucky enough to visit, you will be told pictures of the machine are not allowed. Pariani has strategic facility locations in areas like Piedmonte and Sicily, so they are able to obtain the certification for nuts like Nocciola Piemonte I.G.P Hazelnuts, which is the equivalent of having to be located in Barolo to be able to put Barolo on the label of a wine bottle. Pariani sources some of the best nuts in Italy, and during a taste test we did a few weeks ago, we faced off Pariani against a good quality brand from the store, and after tasting through everything, we felt like we've been lied to our whole lives. Pariani nuts are decidedly more flavorful, fresher, succulent, and made the store-bought seem dry and bland. Such excellent texture and richness, it is unbelievable. I've never experienced a hazelnut or pistachio that lingered on the palate like a fine wine for almost a minute. There is Pariani and then there is everything else.